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Spanish: Grades Pre-K through 4

  • Grades Pre-K through 2 learn their colors and to play games in Spanish.
  • Grades 3-4 learn to listen to and have conversations in Spanish.

Spanish: Grades 5 through 8

This is an introduction to Spanish with a focus on building confidence in reading, pronouncing and basic travel communication skills.  The objectives of the classes include the student successfully being able to do the following in a Spanish speaking location:

  1. Order something to eat
  2. Buy an item of interest
  3. Read signs and ask for directions from a native speaker
  4. Make a friend who is their peer and speaks Spanish

Class time will always include active speaking, listening and games.  It is through this activity that we find that we truly own the information.

Spanish 5

There will be occasional light homework and a few coordinating projects with art and homeroom classes.

Spanish 6

While accomplishing the above goals, the student will learn proper grammar, vocabulary, Spanish idioms and conversational skills. There will be weekly homework assignments and a few coordinating projects with art class throughout the year.

Spanish 7

While accomplishing the above goals, the student will learn proper grammar, vocabulary, Spanish idioms and conversational skills. There will be homework assignments due each class period and a few coordinating projects with art class throughout the year. The student will be expected to participate actively in class as it is imperative to the learning process.

Spanish 8

While accomplishing the above goals, the student will learn proper grammar, vocabulary, Spanish idioms and conversational skills. There will be homework assignments due each class period and a few coordinating projects with art class throughout the year. The student will be expected to participate actively in class as it is imperative to the learning process. The 8th graders will be held to the highest expectation and will cover the most material over the course of the year.  It is the hope that the diligent student will be well prepared for high school Spanish 1 and possibly Spanish 2.